If it happened in Crich, it probably wound up in the Derby Mercury Newspaper. Here, below, are some clips from the newspaper:
From the Derby Mercury, Thursday June 19th 1800: "We are glad to record the following worthy example which we hope may become general. Mr Thomas BOMER of Fritchley near Crich in the County of Derby, farmer is now selling his wheat (which is of a very good quality) amongst the poor working inhabitants in the neighbouring villages at 8s per strike."
See this and other snippets at Crich Parish Site.
Jane TAYLOR in Redcar contributes this snippet from the Derby Mercury of December 1, 1803, MARRIED: "Monday last, Mr. George BOWNES, grocer, of Crich, in this county, to Miss Mary HUDSON, daughter of Mr. James HUDSON, of this town."
You may also wish to see copies of the High Peak Reporter which covered this area.